Brownhill Creek Tourist Park - Mitcham SA
Brownhill Creek Tourist Park is situated in Brownhill Creek Road, Mitcham which is a quiet recreation park surrounded by hills and native bushland. Mitcham is located 8km south of Adelaide and the park is easy to access from the South Eastern Freeway. The park has 90 sites and 5 of these are ensuite. TV reception is poor in the area so the park provides a lead for you to be able to plug in to their system.
Bookings can be made by telephoning the park
and please tell the park that you have seen their photos on Caravan Park Photos. Photos on this page were taken on 9th June 2006. The park has been awarded the Caravan Park Photos Gold Award for Excellence
in location, facilities and service. Recent photos on this page were kindly supplied by our roving reporter Sherallee Schubert in June 2014
Amenities are very good and in lovely stone buildings. The park is in a quiet location and there is no through traffic. A secure entrance facility operates at night. Staff are very friendly and helpful. Your hosts are Linda & Gavin Dyer. Brownhill Creek Tourist Park is a member of the Top Tourist Parks network.
We really enjoyed our stay in this park and would recommend it to everyone. Its a small quiet clean and friendly place to stay. Alison Moore, Brisbane, QLD.
REGION: > SA > Adelaide > Eastern Suburbs > Mitcham
Gold Coast qld
This park is a lovely quiet park set in between the hills. It has good road access and is not far from the city yet it feels like you are miles away. Most sites are level but none have annex slabs. All roads are sealed in the park. There is 2 toilet blocks but one has only 1 shower and toilet in ladies and the same in the mens. There are 6 ensuite sites. There is a basic but under cover BBQ area with pizza oven and 2 gas BBQs and picnic tables. There is also a camp kitchen but is a bit of a walk to from the van sites and a very long way from the unpowered sites. There is an easy to access dump point. The unpowered sites are quite a walk from the amenities but is set in lovely location. There is a TV room and a basic but well shaded pool in front of the office. There is a play ground but is a not well maintained and is old. Staff are very helpful. The cabins are not luxurious but do the job, the basic one we stayed in was quite old but had all we needed in it and was very clean. It looked over the creek area and was nice to sit on the deck. Across the quiet road is the start of some nice walking tracks. Mobile phone reception is pretty bad so don't rly on it. Within the park is a 400 year old River Red gum tree and a foundation stone from an old church that burnt down in bushfires many years ago. Would definitely stay here again.
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